Definition of Intelligence test
1. Noun. A psychometric test of intelligence. "They used to think that intelligence is what an intelligence test tests"
Generic synonyms: Mental Test, Mental Testing, Psychometric Test, Test
Specialized synonyms: Stanford-binet Test, Binet-simon Scale
Medical Definition of Intelligence test
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Literary usage of Intelligence test
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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"S = score in the Otis intelligence test. A = accuracy (ratio of items right to items attempted) in the Otis intelligence test. There is little to be gained ..."
2. Trade Tests in Education by Herbert Anderson Toops (1921)
"The administrative demands upon such an intelligence test are: (I) Short ad ... Some form of omnibus intelligence test will meet these requirements. ..."
3. Trade Tests in Education by Herbert Anderson Toops (1921)
"The administrative demands upon such an intelligence test are: (1) Short ... Some form of omnibus intelligence test will meet these requirements. ..."
4. How to Measure in Education by William Anderson McCall (1922)
"Validation of an intelligence test Criterion of Intelligence.— How may we determine whether a particular test yields a valid measure of intelligence? ..."
5. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1922)
"In the spring of 1921 it was felt desirable to supplement the National Intelligence Test, Scale A, with some other group test in order to make a more ..."
6. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1921)
"intelligence test "Under the direction of the Psychological Clinic, ... The test used is known as the Detroit First Grade intelligence test, ..."
7. Personnel Administration: Its Principles and Practice by Ordway Tead, Henry Clayton Metcalf (1920)
"It is probably true at many types of work that the selection of the candidate who, his other qualifications being equal, has a higher intelligence test ..."